As we are approaching the end of the year and the weather is getting colder, finding things to do in the evenings and at weekends can be tricky and theFond farewells to our Year 2s – The end of Pilgrims but the beginning of the future
As we end the school year, there is a lot of excitement but also a lot of sadness as we say goodbye to our Year 2s. Many of our childrenWhy we love sports!
Sport is a very important part of the curriculum at Pilgrims. One of our PE objectives is for our children to develop an understanding of trying their best which isThere’s lots going on this summer!
From a Royal Wedding Party to Sports Day, here at Pilgrims, we have a lot planned for our pupils this term! Now that the sun is finally starting to shine,Spring forwards – enjoying the great outdoors at Pilgrims
With the clocks going forward last month and the slow change of the seasons upon us, we are definitely experiencing spring here at Pilgrims. The buds on the trees areCome to our open day; planning for your child’s Harpur Trust journey
The Harpur Trust has its origins in the endowment created by Sir William and Dame Alice Harpur in 1566. Today, as part of its ongoing commitment to education, the HarpurChinese New Year – the importance of learning about other cultures and cultural celebrations
This year, Chinese New Year falls on Friday 16 February 2018. The year will change from the Year of the Rooster, to the Year of the Dog, which according toHealthy living – exercise and eating
January is always a time for reflection. Adults often commit to new eating regimes, join a gym and all too often, by February, many of our good intentions have goneChristmas traditions which stimulate our senses
Christmas can be a very busy time of year for families as we go into ‘overdrive’ with preparation, present buying, present wrapping and general celebration. Christmas is so many other